At the north bank of Bai Ma River, there is Gansu Lang Mu Si called Se Chi Lamasery. It is approximate 300 years old, also belong to Yellow Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. I like stand on the hill in Gansu Lang Mu Si to watch sunrise. When the light come out and shine out on the all Lang Mu Si, the sight is as beautiful as heaven.
Lang Mu lamasery is located on a borderland of Gansu and Sichuan province. It is very interesting that there is a river called Bai Ma river flow across the Lang Mu Si, the north band is Gansu and the other bank is Sichuan. In fact, Lang Mu Si is the name of the small town. There are two lamasery in the town, Gansu lamasery and Sichuan lamasery.
The picture show Sichuan temple called Na Mu lamasery. Na Mu lamasery is already about 500 years old. It was established by Ge Deng Living Buddha, who is the first disciple of Zong Ka Ba Great. Today, Ge Deng Buddha have the eleventh generation of reincarnation.
Part 3 saw our friend Piglet still busy searching for foods from the muddy road while the other side saw four Tibetans walking casually towards another directions probably also busy searching for foods. Tourists have nothing else more important to do, but only watch and watch.
Part 2 is a solitary piglet on the street, busy searching for foods by using its powerful nose. Anyway, tourists just wanted to have fun, to see something for self entertainment. Piglet is a strong focus point, therefore I put it under must see tip.
Here are two fat meaty piggies ready to be seen by tourists. Although they are not here for humans to enjoy their look but what to do, tourists from urban areas, you and me, or he or she needed something to enjoy, therefore this tip is a must see tip for tourists.
Oh yes, please do not watch this if you do not watch it properly. Tourists should learn how to watch this kind of scene properly, otherwise please do not watch.
Border crossing is a tip for Langmusi visitors to make sure they cross this border separated by a bridge. It is actually a border for Sichuan and Gansu provinces.
This is a must to watch a Tibetan in action while he still watching at me. We watched each other to enjoy the joy of watching.
2 legs Grass eater's owner is a must for tourists to go around to watch as well as photos. Tourists like me enjoy looking at them very much, so I build a tip.
I make sure I watch again and again because I like the vast expanse landscape in green, so I want to watch many times to satisfy myself.
Tourists like me come here to enjoy the natural sceneries as well as enjoy looking at them. I try to approach them but no way.
A must in Langmusi is to watch these grass eaters, they are here to eat grasses and later they will be eaten by us....the eater of grass eater.